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ENV.net snapshot analysis: While waiting for EC 2013 Progress Report

ENV.net snapshot analysis

Legislation: In terms of the degree of compliance with the EU environmental acquis, intense legislative activity of the Ministry in charge of Environment and other institutions with responsibility in this area has led to a significant level of transposition of the relevant EU regulations. According to the Progress Monitoring Report for the year of 2012, the majority of EU directives relating to the so-called horizontal issues, nature protection, management of chemicals and noise are completely or almost completely transposed into national legislation. In other areas (air quality, waste management, water protection and industrial pollution control) the bulk of EU legislation has largely been transposed into national legislation. With regard to the obligations of the Republic of Serbia as a non-Annex 1 country in the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the complexity and cost of implementation of these regulations, the compliance with the acquis in the climate package has just started. National Environmental Approximation Strategy, with the assumption that the Serbia will be a member of the EU by 2019, provides for the achievement of full transposition of most of the acquis by the end of 2014.

Administrative and institutional capacity: The existing administrative capacity, especially at the local level are assessed as insufficient for adequate implementation. Given the complexity of the environmental acquis, and the fact that the jurisdiction of the EU is divided between a numbers of institutions in this area, there is a strong need to further strengthen inter-agency cooperation and coordination.

Environmental infrastructure: Given the state of the infrastructure, as well as the experience of the new EU member states in this process, the Strategy estimates that full implementation of EU regulations will be completed by 2030, and that the total cost of full implementation of EU legislation in the field of environment will be around 10.6 billion euros.

Financial investments: Given the institutional complexity and multidisciplinary nature of the field of environment, full transposition of the acquis may require a longer time frame, especially in the case of directives that require large financial investments (heavy investment directives).

Year 2013: The activities in the sector stagnated in 2013, and it is to be seen how it will be reported in the 2013 Progress Report, as well as to see the further “speed” to implement commitments in environmental sector.

 Within ENV.net project, short analysis is perform related the activities in sector in the time frame from 2002 (see bellow).

EASD participated in the process towards Progress report for 2013 (2013-Progress-Report-EASD-contribution).

Green Key

Green Key is presently the largest global eco-label for accommodation and has a national administration center (in Serbia this is organisation “Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development” ) in each participating country.

Green Key is an independent Programme recognized and supported by the World Tourism Organization and UNEP.

National operator is planing starting implementation of the program in Serbia in 2014. International criteria reflect the various fields of tourism facilities (hotels, hostels, camp sites, conference and holiday centres) and specialized national criteria reflect each country’s legislation, infrastructure and culture.

EASD was approved as the FEE FULL MEMBER ORGANISATION at FEE GA in June 2014. 

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Blue Flag (and Green Key) for beaches and marinas among EEA TOUERM (Tourism and Environment Reporting Mechanism) Indicators

Athens 2017: Green Key National Operator Meeting dedicated to the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development

2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development  

Serbian Visions 2016 : Blue Flag and Green Key programs presented by  FEE SERBIA (EASD)

WED Messages from Serbia: 12th Regional Conference “Environment to Europe”

List of GREEN KEY facilities

October 2015 SDGs as the relevant part of the context within which FEE operates

Radisson Blu Old Mill Belgrade – The first GREEN KEY HOTEL in Serbia , February 2015

We participate on Green Key national operator meeting 2014

Green_key_brochure_2014

National FEE Committee Meeting, September 6, 2013 

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More than 120 participants at EnE13 conference/ENV.net Roundtable: 10 June, 2013 in Belgrade

The main messages from this participatory ENV.net event are: environmental sector activities should be knowledge based, and education for environment and sustainable development should be priority. Capacities and continuity is very important for inclusion environment in other sectoral policies. Conference is institutionally supported by Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection and Ministry of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning, as well as National Commision for UNESCO.  Draft Agenda ( Agenda FINAL on 06 06, strane 2-8 ) and CD Proceeding of Papers are published. This Conference is UNEP WED event.

At the opening session  Mrs. Prof. dr Zorana Mihajlović, Minister of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection of Republic of Serbia,  Mr. Christoph Eichen, First Secretary Economic Cooperation, Embassy of Germany in Serbia,  Mr Andrew Headey, EC Delegation in SerbiaMr Jürg Staudenmann Deputy Resident Representative UNDP Serbia,  SEIO Representative,  European Integration Office, Government of the Republic of Serbia,  Mr. Prof dr. Ivica Radović, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia,  Mr Klaus Schmidt  – Team Leader of IMPACT project – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Representative of  Eptisa Regional Office for SEE, as well as Mr Dušan Stokic of Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, shared the views related environmental sector and EU Integration. Event is officially oppened by Mr. Goran Trivan, Secretary for Environmental Protection, City of Belgrade.

Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme (MISP), EU-IPA Project, EPTISA, is presented by Dragana Vasić, Deputy Team Leader. MFA, LCA and Cleaner Production as Analitical Tools in Environment are presented by , prof. dr Hristina Stevanović Čarapina, IMPACT project- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH representative.

The Importance of the Participation of Civil Society Organizations in Decision-Making Process is addressed by  Milena Banović, Office for Cooperation with Civil Society, Government of the Republic of Serbia Representative .

Analysis of current status of EU Environmental Integration and ENV.net project  is presented by Prof dr  Nataša Žugić Drakulić, National Coordinator, ENV.net Project .

Coordinator for Conference is Doc dr Dunja Prokić.  Conference chair person is Prof f dr Andjelka Mihajlov

Conference is supported by: Eptisa Regional Office for SEEHemofarm fond i Coca Cola Hellenic.

Selected presentation: Dragana Vasić EnE13 -MISP for Serbia

More selected presentations in Serbian.

EASD Team

 Minutes from event are posted in gallery

Reported by ACUNS, UNEP, FEE.

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On behalf of Organizing Committee of the ninth Regional Conference “Environment to Europe-EnE13″, we want to inform you that the conference will be held  on 10 June, 2013, presenting one of the events for World Environment Day (UNEP), as well as conference supporting EU accession process in sector Environment  through project “Development of the ENV.net in West Balkans and Turkey: giving citizens a voice to influence the environmental process reforms for closer EU integration”. Serbian Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection acknowledged the importance of this Conference.

 The theme for this year’s World Environment Day celebrations is Think.Eat.Save. Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste and food loss campaign that encourages you to reduce your foodprint.

Focus thematic issue this year is Local Environment. Each year EnE Conferences have different thematic focus.

We are inviting you to active participate on the Conference Environment to Europe – EnE13, either by preparing and presenting your paper, or by contributing as an auditor and participant (f application form_EnE13Gidelines for paper preparation EnE13) . 

Invitation is also distributed through FEE and ACUNS.

Application forms (with or without paper) and abstracts-papers send using email contact: conference.ene13@gmail.com

Important dates:

Deadline for submission of applications form  (for participants wishing to participate with paper): April, 15th

Deadline for submission of abstracts: April, 25th

Abstract acceptance notification: May, 6th

Deadline for submission of paper (extended abstracts): May, 15th (3-6 pages, in English or in Serbian / other language from former Yugoslavian Republics with Abstract in English)

Paper acceptance notification: May, 27th

Early registration deadline: May, 27th

Late registration deadline: May, 31st

Deadline for submission of application form without paper: May, 31st

Conference: June,  10 

Participation  fee :

Registration fee paid by May, 23 is 55 €

Regular price registration fee is 100 €

Payment: for details / account, please contact organizers by Email

Students are exempt from paying the registration fee.

Conference (EnE conferences) contributes to:  EU and Accession, Regional Cooperation, International Cooperation, UNEP promotion , represent Scientific and other Conferences, Educational Signals and Courses, Scientific Signals and Projects, Promotion of Science, as well as Environmental Experts’ Networking   

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Scientific Signals

Different researches are under one umbrella project “Research and scientific signals”. Recently  team conducted:

1. Achieving sustainable development through infrastructure

2. Scoping the future trends in natural resources availability using selected indicators as measures of progress: the links with interests and values, presented at the 7th CONGRESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT – X CONVENCIÓN INTERNACIONAL SOBRE MEDIO AMBIENTE Y DESARROLLO, 6 -10.07.2015, Havana, Cuba

3. RETHINKING WASTE MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE RESOURCE-EFFICIENT CONCEPT ; Scientific signals: Waste as the crosscutting issue of SDGs Waste, health, sustainability: what way forward? ,

4. Transforming education for children and youth ; FEE General Assembly 2016 and International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, Ahmedabad, India

5. InWASTEgate

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News and signals:

EASD participate at 2017 Vienna UN Conference – Implementing the 2030 Agenda

WED Messages from Serbia: 12th Regional Conference “Environment to Europe”

EU SEVENTH ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION PROGRAM: EIA AND SEA ARE EFFECTIVE TOOLS WHEN CORRECTLY IMPLEMENTED 

Connecting regions: participation at 10th International Convention on Environment and Development in Havana, Cuba, July 2015

Research: Waste Technology Transfer

Places and Technologies 2014

Scientific signals No 4Evaluation of the long-term environmental performance of lignite-fired power stations 

  Acknowledgement of expertise

Eye on EU approximation environmental challenges  

Research results presented to scientific community

Ranking of universities for 2013

Conferences

RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

EnE13 – Environment to Europe 2013 Conference

Chemical and Product Safety

European Resources Forum 2012

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Scientific signals No 3Science of the Total Environment

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Scientific signals No 2Recognition

Hristina Stevanović Čarapina, President of EASD Council

  • Scientific Committee Member:  INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE “REPORTING FOR SUSTAINABILITY”,followed with the 5th EMC PROJECT CONFERENCE
  • 7– 10  May, 2013, Hotel Mediteran, BEČIĆI, MONTENEGRO

Anđelka Mihajlov, EASD President

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Scientific signals No 1:

Fishing area management programs have to be implemented  

Environmental protection in protected areas must be coordinated and harmonized with the Program management of fisheries in the area. We point out the consequences of failure to follow the Program in protected area of exceptional quality “Gorge Gradac.” will have serious consequences, as presented in the scientific statement given to the 2010th in Yellowstone in the Wild Trout Symposium X – “Conserving Wild Trout”, Proceedings, pp.354